So here's my question...we are still in the honeymoon so I am really not sure what to expect of BG numbers when we get out of it. My son is 5 and right now his numbers are very stable - he's only on 1 unit of Lantus, and 3-4 units of Humalog/day. Every time I check him in the night (which I will tend to do for about a week straight maybe once a month), the numbers are exactly where I expect them to be. Anyone remember the honeymoon? lol - its nice that it happens when you first get diagnosed to EASE you into it. Anyway - I am trying to figure out which pump we will get when he goes on one in a few months. I LOVE LOVE the idea of a remote (Ping or Omnipod) since he's 5 and I (or another adult) will be the one bolusing for him. But I feel like a bad mom if I choose that over the integrated CGM of the MM. A lot of talk I hear about crazy overnight levels seem to deal with tweens/teens and their crazy hormones or excessive exercise for sports, etc etc. But do little kids deal with this as well? Am I going to regret not getting the Minimed for the CGM? I don't know if he could handle 2 inserts AND 2 handhelds to keep track of right now, though I know Dexcom is an option for the future. WWYD? Best pump for a 5 year old boy that loves to run around, swim, and hates to stop for his injections?? Thanks!